I only reserve full price spending every once in a while for games I'm particualrly excited for, which doesn't happen often. These include GTA V, Skyrim, and The Witcher 3. Most games I can wait for a price I feel is reasonable for me (around £20 usually)
Hmm, your 2gb vram may only really allow middle graphics at best I'd say. I'm gonna be playing on a 780ti (3gb) and I'm not expecting to be able to max this thing 60fps. Honestly though, I'd say you'll still get a fairly fine looking game with those specs, just don't expect to reach the upper tiers of graphic settings.
There's a lot of good indie stuff if you didn't play it on xbox already. Dust: An Elysian Tail, Dragon age 1 (haven't played the others) if even just for the isometric camera; it really does make that much of a difference. More recently perhaps Ori, although I haven't played that myself. Oh and Gang Beasts if you've got friends! (hence why it's not in my library haha)
Gta V when it comes out. I'm going to get it solely for the inevitable 'GTA IV Driving Physics mod'.
I'm kinda in your shoes. I've played through the first one countless times, only finished the second one once, and never started the third. I was waiting for it to drop a bit in price then all this hullabalooza about the ending kinda whittled down how much I wanted to play it. I still do at some point, hell I've got it on origin and all, but I'm gonna play through the other 2 first (First time on pc, I want the saves to carry).
These sound pretty reasonable for what it is, although at this point the game feels so far away I need to check myself from getting excited. Still doubt I'll be able to max this on my 780ti with good performance though.
I think the problem with this is how inherently unfunny I find any of the guys in the video that I've seen content from. Up at Noon was a cringe fest from start to finish for me, 99 % of the jokes I saw on that missed their marks by a wide margin.